Tri-City Herald HEADLINES
MOSES LAKE -- The Grant County Health District says the stomach illness that prompted the temporary closure of Longview Elementary School in Moses Lake earlier this month was norovirus.
A message in a bottle washed ashore in Northern Scotland this week with a note inside from a Tri-City girl.
The one-tenth of 1 percent sales tax increase to pay for a regional aquatics facility and water park will appear on the August ballot as planned.
An emergency siren at Hanford will be tested between 10 and 11 a.m. Thursday n north Hanford along the Columbia River.
A young girl who may have witnessed her grandmother's fatal shooting more than two years ago will not be called to testify in her mother's upcoming murder trial, the Franklin County prosecutor said Wednesday.
Those who attended two Wednesday meetings about upcoming Pasco road projects expressed concern about what they could mean for their businesses.
Improvements to Washington state's rail system with the proposal to ship more coal to Asia may benefit Washington farmers, say local officials.
Benton County might replace its aging public works maintenance shop in Kennewick.
The city of Pasco will have to two public meetings tonight on planned road improvements on Road 68 and Oregon Avenue.
A book that faced removal from Prosser school libraries will remain on the shelves after all.
The possible closure of a portion of Goethals Drive in Richland got a step closer to reality Tuesday night.
April brought the Tri-Cities a shower of nonfarm jobs that helped make up for Hanford layoffs.
Attorneys representing a Richland flower shop owner accused of discriminating against a gay couple want the case thrown out.
The Kennewick Irrigation District's timeline to bring Yakima River water to prime grape-growing land on Red Mountain might be jeopardized if the Legislature fails to include a $5 million no-interest loan for the project in the state's capital budget.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed to give residents more time to comment on the endangered species listing for the White Bluffs bladderpod, a yellow flowering plant that grows only along the banks of the Columbia River in Franklin County, said county commission Chairman Rick Miller.
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